- Aug 13, 2020 10:30 - 11:30am
- $30, $24 for members
Flowers absorb radioactive materials, producing the air we breathe, send messages of love; all in a day’s work! Join Fort Collins Museum of Discovery staff to discover how flowers grow in nature and their place in human communication. From Ancient Egypt to Victorian England, explore the cultural role of flowers across the centuries. Then, learn how flowers are an important part of any ecosystem through a guided dissection. Lastly, find your inspiration and create your very own flower artwork. Registration closes August 11. Instruction for this workshop will take place live on Zoom on August 13. All materials and supplies will be available by delivery or pickup before the workshop. Communication regarding delivery or pickup will be sent after registration. Open to all ages; designed for ages 8+. Younger participants may require parent supervision and assistance.